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, natural is back. from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a inke fun day monday, september 12th. >> already? >> what a weekend hoda woman had. you had the best weekend. >> what? >> yes, you do. that is "perfect illusion" by lady gaga. >> lady gaga. >> we have a great show today. great celebrity news over the weekend. disappointing depending on how you feel, is the bad blood over between taylor swift and katy perry? i bet you thought about that all weekend long.
the only fashionable liliana vasquez got a front row seat at fashion week right here in new york. she'll tell you how you can get some of those great styles that are on runways. the very talented zachary -- what? zachary is here to talk about his new film, "snowden" which is pretty extraordinary. he may have a few surprises in store. plus, gue for us? aaron neville! he's going to show us a little funkier side. the man keeps making music. >> he pea a doll. such a sweetheart. he's a guest on one of my christmas special albums. he stayed at my house so i really got to spend time with him. with somebody staying at your house, like when you have breakfast. we were in robes. it was nice. all right. you had a busy weekend. >> i ended up working at the
which was a great day. >> you isusually do that. >> they moved it up earlier this year. it is usually it in october. i got to walk with this incredible family part of the way. the woman up in front is pregnant, about to have a baby and is fighting through breast cancer. lots of wonderful people. everywhere you turned, it was like wacky outfits, crazy people. >> a sea of pink. >> nancy brinker was >> and janet miller and mary from another network. >> that's okay. everybody's in the fight together. you know? >> then i dragged joel to a concert. first of all, when you take about taking a man in his late 50s to a concert, you don't think meghan trainor but we went anyway. >> the a the guaat the garden? >> no. radio city. the average age was 8 to 12 and
everyone's view. we had to keep sitting down because there was lots of shrieking. meghan trainor brings her dad up on the stage. who's here with their mom? me, too! i'm here with my mom. if you want to take your kids to a show that makes you feel good in the end. >> and it's not vulgar. >> she's beautiful. >> she's a doll. >> what did you do? you did stuff all weekend long. did nothing. i had the worse case heartburn than i ever had in my entire life. i had it once before, a little incident for it. louis and jill came to my house saturday night for dinner. it wasn't their fault. i don't eat dinner usually. i certainly don't eat late. when you don't have heartburn, you don't have anything in the house to battle heartburn. frank had tums. but i had it will go away, it will go away. never went away. the next day i was supposed to
you know i never cans anything. it w it was in upstate connecticut. at the end of the show i'll tell you what my favorite thing is. >> it is over the counter? >> it is over the counter. >> don't you love when you get the right meds? awesome. no. it is like you find the thing that you need. >> you just need something that wonk works. i had a great time with louis and jill. today be every day. encouragement day. what would you like to be encouraged about? >> probably just -- you know what? i think sometimes in life when you want to do something or you want to get something, you think of all the obstacles in the way so you don't try for it. you don't do it. i think a lot of people have that. i think it is one of those things that if you spend your life trying to figure out the odds of something happening, you'll never do it. just forget the odds, just do
what about you? >> there's scripture that says do not weary in well doing. because it makes sense. people think, of worse why would you get weary in well doing? because i get weary in well doing. we're not supposed to. just keep doing good no matter what happens. just always choose doing good. you can help me with that. and also my heartburn. high five somebody for a job well done. yeah! yeah, guys. well done! or call seo through a rough, tough time. we're supposed to guess what this is we've got this product. i can think of some kinky things but i'm not sure how -- well i didn't say anything specifically but obviously, so could you. go to our facebook page and guess. we're going to reveal the answer -- >> i would think -- maybe you're lifting like a boiled egg. >> that's what i think.
for pasta. it says careful something -- careful catch. maybe it is for -- >> a hot wiffle ball. >> hot salad. see? >> i still prefer something kinky. he woo want to wish miss america congratulations. savvy shields. what a great name from arkansas. a 21-year-old student at the university of arkansas where she's majoring in art with minor -- >> you love her name? savvy. >> i also named cassidy jazzy. >> why didn't syou? >> because it did go with cody. no. because frank didn't like it. i wanted to name her jasmine and her nickname may have been jazzy. she was the last name to be called for the talent competition and her performance might have put her over the top. but i guess her talent was
? >> come on, savvy! kind of old school, right? well, let's see. good for her! bradley cooper has a new movie. not sure i want to see it. i like him clean shaven, right out of the shower. don't you? >> i can imagine. so he is a little shaggy and he has a oh. i hope it is for a role. oh, no, bradley, please. no. >> that's a mini bun. that doesn't even -- that doesn't qualify as a -- can we zoom in? don't you wish you could zoom in on your screen and zoom in, zoom in, zoom in. let's just say it is for a role. okay? allrightee. >> there he is. fresh out of the shower. >> is for a role like you have a man bun and you are jogging?
long for a role but he doesn't like it when he's running because it is hot. i put my hair up when i'm running. you don't want it on the back of your neck. i'm going to give the man all the rope he needs. not that way -- anthony had a very lovely weekend. are we going to introduce our secret -- >> i think we're finding out later. finding this out later? >> this. >> oh. we should have been using that. >> it is a new machine we're going to try to use since we don't have an audience. we only have anthony. jimmy. dave. rope. by the way, usually every day we ask ask, what's your excuse? >> i have to go and see my lobster. >> we always say, is that what you call it? we need to get you miked.
or if kath says something -- >> we're going to have to shorten them. [ laughter ] >> because we're lonely, too. i don't know how to pronounce this last name. tony basile? from i love that song. that's one of the groundbreaking singles of the '80s. toni is now 72 years old. and she was dancing for her students at a workshop. >> look at her! >> she's got moves! >> look at her.
she works for a choreographer. obvi! look, she's doing it in flip-flops. >> that's fantastic! >> crazy! >> have you seen the moves dick van dyke's been making? and he's 90 or something. keep moving, hoda. >> that was awesome. you are right. way to go! [ laugh track ] >> we don't have an applause one. [ bleep ]. >> i don't know why we have our favorite things a little later. lord, am i grateful for the i've got. more after this. m, spice ise spice of life. that's why our craftsmen season every sausage perfectly. so you can coax out great flavor effortlessly. hillshire farm. because it's worth doing right.
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>> hi, ladies. >> hey, jack. >> how are you? >> big wedding with the pitch perfect crew. >> right. anna camp and skylar astin got married over the weekend. >> i like them. >> aren't they great? >> everybody on the film set? >> they met on the film set. they started dating and then new year's they got engaged in hawaii and just had like a joint bachelor, bachelorette party. cowboy theme just last month, but rebel wilson was there at e with elizabeth banks, brittany snow was one of the bridesmaids. having fun and so glad for them. also -- >> what fun? >> butch patrick. >> a/k/a eddie munster, 63, just recently also got married. >> what? >> he's my age! there's hope. >> who did eddie munster marry? >> leila murray and they got married in front of 90 people. it was like a picnic sort of
and then reconnected just recently, and i guess the love was too strong, he has to propose and they're moving into his grandmother's historic home in missouri. >> do i sense a thawing between taylor swift and katy perry? >> could it be possible? >> katy perry waiting for her food to be delivered, don't know exactly where. decided to take questions from fans on twitter. one asked, every collaborate with taylor swift. sure, if she ever says i'm sorry. >> for what? >> that's the thing. twitter goes into a frenzy. 20,000 retweets because of this and it all goes back to this interview that taylor swift had done with "rolling stone" magazine about the song "bad blood." when she was asked who that song was about? she said it was about a female star who she felt was trying to sabotage her arena tour by trying to steal her tour staff. >> oh, i remember that, the staff, snapchat, right. >> was there truth to it? >> that's the thing.
or denied that fact. but after katy perry's comments, hmm -- i think you have to kind of just probably say it might be true. >> i feel like taylor's always working on new music. isn't she? new stuff? >> right. since 2008 or so. >> yes. >> every two years in october she puts out an album and was, at new york fashion week with her friend gigi hadid saying she's back in the studio now. kind of begs, is she putting out an album this october? it could be because that's what the trend's been for so ma >> for years couldn't get away with that. took months to do the finishing of a cd. you know? now everything is done and putting it out, manufacturing. >> quickly. >> >> put them out a completely different world, mps. >> our girl amy poehler got an emmy. >> creative arts emmy. this is news, because amy poehler has been nominated 17 times and never won. >> like susan lucci. >> right.
co-chairing this creative art. a precursor to the actual emmys coming up this sunday. ironically she was not there to accept it. >> well, you get a little tired of waiting for them. believe me. i know! >> but the question is now, with will be will her and tina show up at the prime time emmys this coming sunday? >> congrats to her. jack, thank you, hon. good to see you. all right. one of hollywood's most talented can you guess his secret talent? >> zachary quinto reveals all, right after this. starting with the sleeping arrangements. perfect, right? oh, you can't be serious. fortunately there's fingerhut.com. get the credit you deserve and low monthly payments on brands like samsung, graco and ashley. uh, no.
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>> what did you say? >> you said kinto. >> i said quinto. say it again. >> one, two, three -- >> all: quinto! quintessential actor. >> there you go! good segue. >> tv series and films but known best from his role in the iconic spock in the newest "star trek" movie. >> or is it spoke? kidding. taking on a new real-life role in the new movie "snowden" playing glenn greenwald, helped publish government's global surveillance program. >> the documents eventually released to the public there was plenty of hesitation along the way. take a look. >> tell us -- did the white house make any prevent you from publishing? >> no. i asked them repeatedly, and i had no standard answer. >> there you go. what more can you want? you can go out and know that you're safe. >> glenn, i'd like to talk to
>> when does he land? >> no. absolutely not. we're sitting ducks here jenin. >> you were in that hotel in -- >> yeah. >> a riveting film. welcome. >> nice to be back, thank you. >> touch my leg again, please. just like that. yeah, yeah. anyway, you, i'm sure, are familiar with the story. >> i was, i was. >> what was your first thought when you heard about what ed snowden had done? >> i probably felt like a lot of americans, that's probably has nothing to do with me. felt like a big swooping thing, and then the more i read about the actual indiscriminate and unilateral intrusion of privacy the government was engaged in, the more i got -- woke up. i think everybody was surprised. especially because it will been said under oath there congress it was not happening. >> interesting is, a lot of people had a certain perception of ed snowden in their head, and when you look at the movie, you
perspective. >> what you really understand, you know, through this them, i think is that he's always tried to find waves to serve his country, actually. tried to enlist in's armed forces in 2004. when that didn't work, se set out to get into the government. through his service he was confronted with reality he couldn't stay silent about. >> it oliver stone seek you out, say i want you? >> he did. that was cool. you how many times i've seen "jfk," "platoon," i've loved him since a kid and he shaped my appreciation for film in so many ways. so to get to work with him was -- >> how did you react when he want ud specifically? >> i was full of -- i couldn't believe it, in a way. heels old school. he literally just called. >> he did? >> i love that.
device, probably afraid of being spied on so he actually called. i was in a kr on the way to some event and somebody called me from my team, yeah, oliver wants to talk to you. >> oliver. >> in a car, everybody be quiet. turned off the radio to hear what he was saying. incredible. i feel so grateful to have the opportunity to work with him. >> it's going to change a lot of people's perceptions. my thought is, how much is actually true? apparently everything except for one i'm fill mulling -- >> what's the one thing? >> i can't say, because it will be -- >> in the film, you mean? >> yes. there's one device. i'll tell you in commercial break. i don't want to spoil anything for anybody. >> traveled to moscow nine times, met with ed. this is really an account of his journey from 2004 until -- >> it's going to start a bunch of discussions. >> thank you, zachary. >> thank you. >> you are the quintessential everything. >> now you're never forget.
it's fun day monday and a big week here in the big apple. new york's fashion sweek in full force. >> yes. in its 75th year and taken overt city with more than 150 shows in all of these different locations. guess what? our resident front row seat! >> i sure did, and i did pull a few strings to get you an all-access pass behind the scenes behind the hottest shows and events with some of the biggest names in the business. >> oh! >> it wouldn't be fashion week without the catwalk and one of the most anticipated shows is tommy hilfiger. joining his this week, superstar gigi hadid. >> they welcomed me timely into their family, and just let me
collection to really reflect what i wanted it to. >> i want to know biggest fashion do and biggest fashion don't? >> once told if you don't know what to wear to a party, wear jeans, t-shirt and heels. >> never overdo it. when in doubt, underplay it. >> well, except when it comes to his show. pier 16 was transformed into tommy pier, or what you might call a fashion carnival. >> oh! thank you. y enjoy. >> fashion people -- as the sun set, stars like taylor swift and martha hunt took a front-row seat to watch gigi struck her stuff. strut her stuff. this is where the show action happens, but all the real action is backstage. here at designer show, artists from the visionary team craft the perfect look to complement
accessory. it really finishes the character or the woman. >> lucky for us, it's one that works both on and off the runway. >> as you can see, it's a gorgeous flawless skin. it's a velvet eyeshadow. velvet eyeliner and velvet matte lip. it's very livable and breathable and it enhances the girls' natural beauty. >> you can also say the same about the clothes. as a go-to for first lady michelle obama, definy style. shopping his collection today. let me show you what i'm buying. that, my friends, is a fabulous print. pants. when it's all over, what's the first thing you do? >> i take a deep breath. i take a glass of champaign and just keep drinking. [ laughter ] >> kind of what kathie lee and hoda do almost every day. >> you know, they have it right!
star-studded reopening of the cartier mansion. i scored an invite to mingle buy the guests. what's your trick to transitioning from daytime to evening? >> i have people do it for me. i don't dare to do it by myself. it wouldn't turn out like this. >> what is your favorite look on a woman? is it, like, yoga pants? athleisu athleisure? all dolled up? >> know the answer. boots. >> get right boot over the knee, yeah. >> there are diamonds in the store with my name written all over them. ? >> i'm going to take two of these. can i get a glass of champaign, please? thank you! cheers!
>> there you go. [ laughter ] cheers! >> cartier knows how to throw a really, really good party. ? >> but rumor had it the night was just were getting started. now, this is the v.i.p. service. everyone knows it's not a party unless there's an after-party. >> oh, my -- >> i taket i thought hoda had the best weekend. lilliana had the best. >> while i was at home with heartburn. >> struggling on until wednesday. you have time. fashion week is about trend setting. the newest trend see now, buy now, many designers making the collection available to buy right after the show. this jacket i'm wearing -- >> gigi opened the show in this
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more personal side to this brand new album, he co-wrote every song "apache." welcome! >> nice to be here again. >> so this is a new sound. you've been around forever! >> yes. >> forever and ever and ever. now, is this just part of the evolution of being an artist? >> part of the evolution. just keep on going. >> we cannot wait. >> and apache is with us today. maybe -- >> your dog's name is apache. weren't wait to hear your song, air. >> cool. thank you. ? what's waiting around the corner, what's burking around the bend ? is this the beginning, the beginning of the end ?
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